Fondest memory: I know that sunsets are a 'worn-out' topic, that in a way they are kitschy, but somehow I can't help being enchanted by them. And African sunsets can't leave anyone indifferent. Vast skies, open spaces, vivid colours and these fleeting moments of natural transition that you want to keep in your memory for ever. You try to catch all the beauty and emotions that it evokes on a film, but of course it's a futile task. Back at home it looks just pretty as the magic of the moment is gone. So I close my eyes and see again the sky on fire and the burning ball of the sun sinking gracefully behind the horizon. And the photos are just a nice souvenir.
Fondest memory: The sunset after the heavy rains in Naukluft Park! There were still lots of clouds, but the setting sun coloured them to deep shades of red, orange, violet - perfect!
Favorite thing: watch yet-another sun-set... In Namibia, there will be tonnes of places where everyone will insist you MUST base yourself to catch the perfect sun-rise / sun-set. So...... here's another one: Fish River Canyon...
Favorite thing: Enjoy the sunset at the Langstrand between Swapok and Walvis Bay. Spent some very nice moments and enjoy a sun-downer. Maybe you see dolpins jumping over the water.
Fondest memory: The sunset amongst the Quiver Trees near Keetmannshoop is well worth remembering!